In her show notes, Vivienne Tam described this collection as “an ode to modern Shanghai.” But, except for a couple of literal references — the city’s skyline and the traditional image of a Chinese girl printed on two tops — the lineup featured an urban, international feel.

The Arts and Crafts movement inspired lotus flowers that embellished feminine, cutout embroidered pieces, including an A-line sleeveless top paired with a skater skirt and a see-through minidress. A black-and-white abstract line print added a graphic touch to a buttonless little jacket with matching culottes. The collection also included silk and organza asymmetric gowns with origamilike folds.

In her show notes, Vivienne Tam described this collection as “an ode to modern Shanghai.” But, except for a couple of literal references — the city’s skyline and the traditional image of a Chinese girl printed on two tops — the lineup featured an urban, international feel.

The Arts and Crafts movement inspired lotus flowers that embellished feminine, cutout embroidered pieces, including an A-line sleeveless top paired with a skater skirt and a see-through minidress. A black-and-white abstract line print added a graphic touch to a buttonless little jacket with matching culottes.The collection also included silk and organza asymmetric gowns with origamilike folds.

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